Freezing in the dark
LOL - this is the first thing I read this morning. Just confirms it's a crazy world!what gets me is the sources. Washington Post and National Geographic Newssound familiar..."In a new working paper released by the National Bureau of Economic Research, Stanford researcher Marshall Burke and two colleagues present a meta-analysis -- an evaluation and statistical synthesis of a large body of studies -- of the existing research examining the relationship between climate change and violence and conflict. After throwing out a host of studies they consider flawed, Burke and his colleagues still had 56 left, many of them quite recent." I so have to link to this (my Friday"
There's a direct correlation between the rise in CO2 to the gross number of concussions in U.S. contact sports, too! Just look at the numbers! Back in the early 1900's, when atmospheric CO2 was low, there were far fewer concussions than there are now. Don't be a Denier and try to use the old, tired, Flat-Earther argument of "Well, there are tens of millions more people playing contact sports in the U.S. than there were back in the early 1900's!" The debate is over. Now, where can I pick up my gubmint research grant check?
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